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June 21 marks the longest day of the year, the summer solstice. With it comes more direct UV rays which, if exposed to for extended periods of time, can have harmful effects on our skin.

In a study never been done before, Dr. Erin Krebs set out to compare opioids with nonopioids for treating serious chronic pain. The results were groundbreaking.

Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton has declared today, April 26, 2018, “University of Minnesota Medical School Day,” in recognition of the 130-year anniversary of its founding by the University Regents. 

University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth Campus, Biomedical Sciences Professor, Dr. Benjamin Clarke talks with the Duluth News Tribune about combating Lyme disease through the Tick Project. 

new article published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC) details research by Professor Demetri Yannopoulos, MD, from our Department of Medicine, that may help boost survival rates among cardiac arrest patients.

In a study never been done before, Dr. Erin Krebs set out to compare opioids with nonopioids for treating serious chronic pain. The results were groundbreaking.

With suicide rates on the rise, Dr. Kaz Nelson believes changing school curriculums can help kids and reverse the trend.

Helping women encourage men to take control of their own health may help African-American men. 

Dr. Johns is a University of Minnesota Medical School, Duluth Campus charter class member of 1972 and has taught medical students since 1982. 

A new program, Education in Pediatrics Across the Continuum, or EPAC, aims to speed up the time it takes for certain students to receive their degree.

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